The tip of Energy Guide III: Elevating Kanan season 1 featured a devastating fracture within the father-daughter relationship between Marvin and Jukebox. Marvin attacked and almost killed Jukebox over her sexuality. HollywoodLife chatted EXCLUSIVELY with Hailey Kilgore about whether or not or not Marvin and Jukebox might ever restore their relationship.
“Me as an artist, as an actor, I used to be very excited to know what occurred subsequent…” Hailey instructed HollywoodLife. “I feel for those who have been to ask Juke she’d be like, ‘Nah, I’m good.’ That’s a relationship that’s going to take lots of work. It’s going to take lots of work to see if they will restore that.”
Within the second season, Jukebox might be crossing paths together with her mom Kenya, performed by LeToya Luckett, who left Jukebox when she was a baby. “The cool factor about these two is that they’re figuring their very own lives out, and so they’re coming collectively at a really attention-grabbing time of their lives,” Hailey continued. “And so it’s actually thrilling to see how they discover one another and the way that relationship unfolds.”
As Jukebox offers with the issues together with her mom and father, the household as an entire might be examined like by no means earlier than. Kanan is coping with Raq, who nonetheless has but to disclose that Det. Howard is his actual father.
“I feel that Jukebox is beginning to see the world for what it truly is, and she or he is maturing at a price that could be a lot quicker than Kanan, and we’ll see how they begin to differentiate in thought and opinion and reality. I’m excited to see how that relationship begins to unfold,” Hailey mentioned of Jukebox and Kanan’s relationship in season 2.
Jukebox’s relationship with Nicole got here to a tragic finish after Nicole died of a drug overdose. When requested if Jukebox could have romance in season 2, Hailey teased, “Possibly so. Possibly.” Energy Guide III: Elevating Kanan season 2 will air Sundays on STARZ.
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.